We focus on helping government agencies, hospitals, non-profit organizations, businesses and corporations solve the complex challenges and decisions facing their company today. Resilience consultants have helped many clients to prepare for disasters, and to return to normal business operations as soon after a disaster as possible, through the use of Business Continuity planning, integration of emergency planning into everyday operations and adapting budgets to provide a seamless.
We integrate all work into the 4 stages of Emergency Management!
The 4 stages to a good emergency program include;
Special events are now becoming the focus of disaster planning. At Resilience, we can provide a Hazard and Vulnerability Analysis for your event location, then tailor a specific multi-hazard response plan that incorprates all local first response agencies and event leadership. Upon completion of the final Special Event Emergency Response Plan, we provide a Tabletop Exercise for all agencies and event leadership who will play a role in any response.
Resilience International Consultants can provide complete review of existing plans and implementation of new plans that will ensure any facility is in compliance with the new CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule. When the Emergency Operations Plan (including the Communication Plan) is complete, Resilinece will conduct a Tabletop exercise that will test the final Plan and provide training to facility staff. Upon completion of the project, the facility will be in compliance with the new CMS Emergency Preparednes Rule. As detailed in a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) document, Resilience can enhance your facility:
Call Resilience today to discuss how we can assist your facility ensure compliance with the new rule.
Presentations offer a fun, insightful and effective way to provide insight and training to employees, community groups and leaders. Resilience provides presentations that can be accomplished onlineor in-person.
One-size-fits-all style of presentations often leave out those who have difficulty in adapting to PowerPoint only presentations. Resileince utilizes various forms of presentation that is sure to grab the attention of all participants.
Resilience can work with you to develop a presentation that will provide training to large groups of participants at your location.
Resilience can work with you to tailor a presentation on behalf of your organization. We will offer our experience, resources and presentation experience that will enable you to offer a powerful presentation to your organization!
Additionally, Resilience offers the following presentations:
When planning for emergencies, responding to disasters or engaging in Business Continuity Operations, careful consideration must be given to those individuals who have access and functional needs.
One-size-fits-all style if planning often leaves out those who have difficulty in adapting to the rapidly changing situation brought about by emergencies.
For example, someone who is visually impaired will not be able to react to visual cues such as strobe lights, signs or electronic media messages. However, they may be able to react to verbal cues. This is in contrast to someone who is hearing impaired who often cannot react to verbal cues, but may be able to react to visual cues. Thus, in the PREPARING stage of emergency planning, a good Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment must be conducted in order to understand what access and functional needs persons are affected by the planning process.
The PLANNING stage of emergency management should entail working with persons who work with the identified access or funational needs, as well as with those individuals themeslves in order to understand what can and cannot work, and what the organization can support.
Resilience International are experienced in:
Emergency Preparedness Resources for persons with Functional Needs
For information on resources for persons with disabilities please contact the National Organization on Disabilities at: http://nod.org/
At Resilience International Emergency Management Consultants, our goal is to quickly identify the problem, evaluate and find the optimal solution to get your business back on track. In times of crisis, you can count on us to provide the support needed to stabilize your business and make the right decisions. We have a proven track record of helping companies navigate through and overcome significantly troubled financial situations.
Having a well-defined, clear business strategy is the key to corporate planning and management. However, companies often don’t have time to analyze their performance in detail, set strategic goals and objectives or develop business models for optimal business growth.
Resilience International Emergency Management Consultants will put you on track to successfully achieve your company's long and short-term goals.
Every emergency management program begins with a good Hazard and Vulnerability Assesment. Knowing what hazards your company faces, and what makes you vulnerable to those hazards will lay a good foundation for creating an Emergency Operations Plan.
Hazards can include natural (such as tornadoes, hurricanes, winter storms, flooding etc.), man-made (such as chemical spills, active shooter, terror - related) and even public health hzards (such as pandemics, bird flu, Ebola etc.)
Vulnerabilities include lack of trained response personnel, single point supply issues, lack of training of workforce, flood risk regions etc.
Resilience consultants can offer your organizations:
Hospitals are increasingly on the front lines of disaster responses. Resiliencer has experience in testing hospital response plans, decontamination plans and training.
Our Services at a Glance:
Using the Hazard and Vulnerability Assesment, Resilience consulatnts will create an organizational specific Emergency Operations Plan (EOP).
The EOP contains:
Resilience can offer the following services:
In order to provide training to your organization employees and ensure the ability to recover from a disaster, a Training and Exercise Plan is needed. A Training and Exercise Plan details what training will be provided to employees, how often and the source for the training, usually in increments of 1, 2 nd 3 years. This allows companies to integrate disaster preparedness, response and recovery programs into the overarching budgetary plans.
Exercises can be delivered in seminar, games, Tabletop, Functional and Full - Scale formats. Exercises are designed to test and evaluate all disaster related plans in your organization. Exercises are evaluated, with the results being used to update the disaster and training plans.
Resilience consultants are FEMA certified instructors for ICS courses
Resilience can offer the following Training and Exercise Program services:
Resilience provides the following exercises at the Workshop, Tabletop, Functional and Full Scale level:
Full Scale Exercises:
Resilience Concultants can provide training courses for various industries, including mining, corporations and public sector agencies. The following courses are offered:
EMERGENCY RESPONSE COORDINATOR BASIC COURSE
This course is designed for businesses, particularly mining and heavy industrial sectors, who have need for an Emergency Response Coordinator, but do not have access to a specific training courses within their locales. Many countries do not have formal training for Emergncy Response Coordinators due to the lack of history relating to this position. Resilience can provide training ON-SITE for between 1 - 12 participants that includes:
Each student will be required to take and pass a written exam, and participate in creating a training program and a final Tabletop exercise.
Course Length: 2 weeks (80 hours total), classroom style, demonstration and practicals. On site.
Resilience is FEMA certified to provide the following FEMA Incident Command System courses: 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800
ICS 100: Introduction to the Incident Command System, introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) and provides the foundation for higher level ICS training. Resileince will provide classroom training to prepare students to take the online test for FEMA certification.
Course length: 3 hours, classroom style
ICS 200:ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents is designed to enable personnel to operate efficiently during an incident or event within the Incident Command System (ICS). ICS-200 provides training on and resources for personnel who are likely to assume a supervisory position within the ICS
Course length: 3 hours, classroom style
ICS 300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents: ICS-300 provides training and resources for personnel who require advanced knowledge and application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. ICS 300 is usually taught in tandem with ICS 400. This course plus ICS 400 is designed for a 5 day course.
ICS 400: Advanced ICS: This course provides training and resources for personnel who require advanced application of ICS. This course expands upon information covered in ICS-100 through ICS-300. ICS 400 is designed to be taught in conjunction with ICS 300.
ICS 700: National Incident Management System (NIMS) An Introduction. This course introduces and overviews the National Incident Management System (NIMS). NIMS provides a consistent nationwide template to enable all government, private-sector, and nongovernmental organizations to work together during domestic incidents
Course length: 3 hours, classroom style
ICS 800: National Response Framework, An Introduction. The course introduces participants to the concepts and principles of the National Response Framework.
Course length: 3 hours, classroom style
AWR 140: WMD Rad/Nuc Awareness AWR140-W. Resilience instructors are FEMA and DOE certified Instructors for AWR 140. This training course presents a radiological/nuclear WMD overview consisting of ionizing radiation fundamentals, terminology, health effects, and recognition factors. This information is requisite knowledge for responders performing the interdiction/prevention mission as well as first responders and other personnel who are likely to be the first to arrive on the scene of a radiological/nuclear incident. This fundamental knowledge of ionizing radiation and its effects is vital to responder safety, allowing performance of their mission while keeping the risk to themselves and the public as low as reasonably achievable. Additionally, CTOS-Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training is authorized by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) to offer 0.6 continuing education units (CEUs) for this course.
Course length: 5 hours, classroom style
HMS Titanic: Using the Incident Command System in an Old World Disaster. This original training program offers a unique method of training all levels of experience in emergency preparedness, response and program managers. Everyone knows what happened to the HMS Titanic.... or do they? We all know what the movies tell us, but Leonardo Decaprio wasn't really there, and Rose did not really live to tell us about what hjappened, so course participants will need to understand what happened, how could the response have been better and how could the Lessons Learned from this tragedy be utilized in a Mitigation Plan. At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Course Length: 7 hours, classrom and workshop style
Terrorist Incident Reaction Course: Using your program response plan in a realistic terrorist incident! This course is designed for emergency program managers in government, business and non-profit programs, and will provide an understanding of how to use your Emergency Operations Plan in response to an incident. This course is conducted in a low-stress, no-fault environment wiht plenty of opportunty to ask questions, research and enhance responses while keeping the need to maintain operations or services.
Course length: 4 hourse, classroom style
Resilience can provide Public Health Emergency Response program administration, from support to full administration and Grant Writing services.
Resilience provides experise in all emergency management and public health Capabilities, Healthcare Coalition building and administration as well as Local Technical Assistance Reviews (LTAR) for Public Health Emrgency Preparedness Grant administration.
Resilience can provide: